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review by Suzanne
Season 6 Premieres March 4 at 9 pm/8c on Lifetime
Lifetime was kind enough to send me a DVD of the season premiere
of this show. Army Wives is a really good soap opera about the wives of
servicemen in a small army town. This year, their last year, they are closing
the base and preparing to move away. In the season premiere, the town is hit by
a hurricane. It's very exciting and you don't want to miss it, particularly the
end. There is a big shocker. I can't wait to see what happens next!
Review of Season 5 DVD
Army Wives, lifetime's most successful series in the network's
history, returns for its sixth season on Sunday, March 4.
In the season opener of Army Wives, "Winds of War", the tribe prepares to leave
the recently decommissioned Fort Marshall and go their separate ways. Roxy
(Sally Pressman) is having a hard time adjusting to the idea of moving away from
her close knit group of friends, especially Pamela (Brigid Brannagh), while
Michael (Brian McNamara) and Claudia Joy (Kim Delaney) face a tough decision
about their future. Despite the turmoil, Denise (Catherine Bell) and Frank
(Terry Serpico) are planning a party for Molly's first birthday, which may be
the last time the group gathers to celebrate a milestone. But when Joan (Wendy
Davis) gets word of a potentially deadly event that will descend on Fort
Marshall, the tribe must band together yet again and prepare for their lives to
change in an instant.
HIT DRAMA ARMY WIVES TO PREMIERE SIXTH SEASON
PREMIERE EVENT ON SUNDAY MARCH 4
WILLIAMS JOINS NEW SEASON OF
Army Wives, Lifetime’s most successful series in the network’s history,
premieres its sixth season with a two-hour premiere event of
back-to-back all-new episodes on
Sunday, March 4 at 9pm ET/PT.
Coming Home, Lifetime’s award-winning docu-series featuring U.S. armed
forces service members’ surprise family reunions, will return with new episodes,
beginning Sunday, March 11 at 10pm
ET/PT, immediately following Army Wives.
Army Wives follows the struggles, dreams and friendships of a diverse
group of women – and one man – living with their spouses and families on an
active army post. The series stars Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh,
Brian McNamara, Sterling K. Brown, Wendy Davis, Drew Fuller, Terry Serpico and
Catherine Bell. Kelli Williams (The Practice) joins the cast this
season, playing Jacqueline "Jackie" Clarke, the ambitious wife of two-star Major
General Kevin Clarke and television icon Susan Lucci (All My Children) makes several guest star appearances as Audrey,
the wife of a retired Brigadier General, reuniting her with her former All My
Children co-star Delaney.
Update: The season's 100th episode airs this week. It is a
really good episode, full of lots of heartfelt family moments, drama, shock,
surprise, poignancy and joy. It has a little patriotism thrown in, too, for
those who like that kind of thing. Me, I just like how great of a soap opera the
show is. I just hope that the person who gets injured at the end of the
episode is still alive because he is one of my favorites! Don't miss it.
LIFETIME'S ARMY WIVES REACHES SERIES MILESTONE
HIT DRAMA TO PREMIERE ITS 100TH EPISODE ON AUGUST 5
Army Wives, Lifetime's most successful series in the network's history,
will celebrate a series milestone when it airs its 100th episode on
Sunday, August 5. The series, which launched in June of 2007, is
currently in its sixth season, and has propelled Lifetime to be the #1 ad
supported cable network in the Sunday 10-11p time period among Women .
In the episode titled "Centennial," premiering Sunday, August 5 at 10pm
ET/PT, Fort Marshall prepares to welcome military dignitaries, special
guest stars Dr. Joseph Westphal, Under Secretary of the U.S. Army and
General George Casey, former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, for their
centennial celebration. Meanwhile Hector (JJ Soria) and Gloria (Alyssa
Diaz) deal with the repercussions of Penny's return, and Roxy (Sally
Pressman) and Trevor (Drew Fuller) worry over the health of their
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